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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 191B THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE liin Prizes First Prize What is the 7th Point? From the Atlantic to the Pacific,from the Gulf of Mexico to Hudson Bay.millionsof people have been asking "What is the 7ch Point in Sterling Gum?" In practically every town, city and village in the United States and Canada, the published six points of superiority have brought Sterling Gum fast-growing popularity. But the seventh point still remains a riddle. Point 0 COiZ^oJC f Now, we are offering liberal prizes to those wlio send u� the best suggestions for the Sterling Gum Point 7. Before you make your suggestion for the 7th Point, read the following: The Following Story Unfolds the Secret of the Famous Point 7 To most people chewing gum is a mystery. They may know that different chewing gums are made from different ingredients. But that is about all. Here arc facts which we believe you will be glad to know about Sterling Gum: Your Sterling Gum is made from the following materials: The basis is the pure sap of the tropical Sapota Tree -a natural gum. This natural Sapota Tree sap is boiled, sweetened and flavored. The sweetening is simply pure cane sugar and pure corn syrup. The flavoring is of two kinds-Peppermint (in red wrappers), Cinnamon (in blue wrappers). There a-e some twenty varieties of the mint plant. The Sterling Peppermint is a product of the choicest, smoothest-flavored of these many mint varieties. ThespicyCinnamon flavor is extracted from the Cassia bush which grows in the tropics. ' The sap of the Sapota Tree, the cane sugar, the corn syrup, the Peppermint and Cinnamon flavors all come from the sap of some plant or tree. Nature herself supplies these delicious materials from which your Sterling Gum is made. Requirements for Winning Phrase When you read the .ibove facti on the materials thai Sterling Gum i> made of, you wiW knovr all that it it necessary for you to know in entering thii contest. The first pri2e will go to the one whose suggestion, based on the above story, most impresHivcly pre-senti the natural purity of Sterling Gum-in tfie opinion of the judges. Remember that your suggestion must be in six tvords or less. The next best suggestion will win the second prize-and so on down. It it understood that the Sterling Gum Company will have the right to use the 7 Point tuggesttoni teat in by the prize winners. The contest ii easy to enter. Just think out your way of expressing the 7th Point. Then write it out in six words or less and send it in as directed in the conditions printed below.. Even if you don't win the first prize of $1,000, you stand a chance to win one of the 7,777 smaller prize*. PEPPERMINT IN RED WRAPPER CINNAMON IN BH� WRAPPER First Prize $1,000 Second Prize $500 Third Prix. 7 Prizes-each 70 Pri�e�-each $250.00 $25.00 I2.S0 700 Prize*-�Bch . Box of 20 five-cent package* of Sterling Gum, 7000 Prize*-each .Box of 10 five-cent packaga* of Sterling Gum. Conditions of the Contest Judges Sterling Gum Company employees cannot enter this contest. If two answer* are entitled to the same prize, the full amount of the prize will be paid to each. All answers must come in on a postal card. On the back of the postal card write nothing but your / Point suggestion (six wortis or less) and your name and address. The postal may be mailed in an envelope if you choose. Mail answer* to Sterling Prize Judge* Room 319, 405 Lexington Ave. New York City You may send in as many lug-geitiona for Point 7 at ypu choose, Bui tach luggtjihn must bi uiril-tin on a poilal card as dirtcttd ahovt. Contest Closes All answers must be received in New York by midnight of May IS, 1016. lAnswers will not be examined by the judger until after that date. The judges, therefore, cannot mail acknotvledgmentt of the tuggestioni received. The prizes will be awarded by the following committee of five well-known men: John A. Sleicher, Editor of Leslie's Weekly. Edgar Sisson, Editor of the Cosmopolitan Magazine, Jno. M. Slddall, Editor of The American Magazine. Frederick L. Collins, Editor of McClute's Magaziue. Robert H. Davis, Editor of Mun-ley't Magazine, Announcement of Awards The winnenof the first 80 prtxet will be announced In the July first issue of the Saturday Evening Pott. Please do not write to the judges. They cannot correspond with Individual contestanti. Just make a note now'of the date on which the prize winneti will be announced in the Saturday Evening Post. Now put on your thinking cap. Get your help'you. Send in aa many suggestion* a* you want to. All will be considered In awarding these many prizes. Do not write the Sterling Gum Company regarding the contest or its conditions as nil suggestions will be judged by the Prize Committee named above, The Sterling Gum Co., Inc., Nevf York The Sterling Gum Co. of Canada, Ltd.i Toronto DEIAIL OF PROPOSE SOLDIERS Calgnry, April I'..-Mr. J. .S. DuniilH, ! nsBlBtftnt to tlif! preBldent, C. P. U., i on hlfl return from n month'b trip to \ Montreal and New York, when nwkod i resardlng the Hchamo annoumted by | Lord ShaughnoBsy of roturnod vislor-1 ana' colonlou. nnid: The decision of Lord Shauglinoaay to provide tliroufili the Department of Nnturul Uesourcoa of tfio Canodlnn Pacinres.s .Margaret Fischer and Joseph Singleton arc featured in a remarkable I iilay at the Empress tonight, "The I .Miracle of Life." It Is the story of a i v.oniau who desires society to home life, and the picture leads her through a vision of wiiat might have been had i she cast aside her domestic resnonsl-I tUitles and led the life of a gay society bird. She learns the lesson taught her by the vision uud renoun-cea the gay lite for her domestic one. ONT you SEE yOUR CHILD SICK, C0N8TIPI1IED LOOK AT TONGUEl MOVE POISONS FROM LIVER AND BOWELS AT ONCE Mother! Your child isn't naturally cross and peevish. Seti if tongue is coaled; this is a siu-e sign it.s little stomach, liver and howols need a cleansing at once. When, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bad, throat sore, doi^sn't oat, sleep or act naturally, has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, remember, a gentle liver and bowel cUatiiiing should always be the first treatment .nl.xn. Noihing equals "CallConila Hyrup of t^iga" for cliildren's ills; glv.* a t'.'a-spoonCul and in a few hours all the fowl waste, sour bile and termcutlng food which is clogged In the bowels passes out of the syutem, and you have a well and playhil child again. All children love this harmless, delicious "fruit laxative" and it never falls to effect a good "inside" cleansing. DlrectlonB for babies, children of all ab'cs and grown-ups are plal.nly on the bottle. Keep it handy in your heme. A little given today saves a sick i-hild tomorrov.', but gel the genuine. Ask your druggist for a .lO-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," then look and see that it is made by the California Fig Syrup Co." -Advertisement. At tlie Oi'pheiini The Great Howard, the Scotch ven-lriloqui.�t. is proving a big drawing card with hl.-j comedy vocal production cnlitled "At the Doctor's." Mr. Howard is tho composed of tho new original patriotic song which he is intro-duilng during his performance, the title of the new song Is "I'll bo a Long, Long Way From Homo." Mr. Howard has donated tho song, to the Returned Soldiers' association and every cent derived from the sale of copies of this song go Into the treasury of the association. Clayton and Lennie present their comedy number that is always popular whenever thoy return. They are making the same hit as they did on their previous visit. These acts will be at the Orphoum Thursday and Friday. At the Majestic LoUibridge will be provided wllh very high cluss music on Thursday evening when the Chnrnlavskys will appear at the .Majestic. This talented trio, violinist, cellist and pianist, provide llie very highest kind of mu- i sic in their line, and no one .should ] miss the opiiortunlty of hearing them. They will be here only one evening and the house should be packed. U i.s not often that Ixjthbridge people j have the ciiance to hear such cole- j brated musicians. ' A LIfETINIE OFJICKNESS Worn Out, Thin and Miserable Until Siie m "Fruit-a-tives" PAi.Mtjrrox, Jtmo 20th, 1914. "S/oma^/i Trouble and Distressing' Headaches nearly drove mc wild, Som� time Ago, I got a box of "FruIt-a-tlTC3," your famous fruit me ? : : Alvarez and Martell will round oi:t the vaudeville ofl'erlngs with a nifty fifteen minute specialty, which will be sure to tickle the amusement palates of the audiences. Four reels of motion picture fun, and a gowi measure of music by the Majestic orchestra will complete the bill, which prominGR to he a good one. "A Casejm Wincamii." NOTICE TO CREDITORS : ? : ? : > : ? ? ? > : cominended llie same to many wno ii lur/i.lnjiyvi bveii iiclpcd u great deal by its uac -^^lus, i". .I-UOWPflN, 10 Oliver t>t.,"yt. Tho-'nas, Ouv. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EBENEZER JOl^N JAMES-DAVIES, DOING BUSINESS AT GRASSY LAKE, IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, AS GENERAL MERCHANT, UNDER THE FIRM NAME AND STYLE OF "E. J. JAMES-DAVIES & CO.", INSOLVENT. NOTICE is hereby given that tho above named insolvent, Ebenezer John lamos-Davtes, of Grassy Lake, In tho Province of Alberta, carrying on business as General ilerchant, has made an assignment of his estate and effects to the British Canadian Trust Company, Official Assignee, for the general benefit of his creditors, under tho provisions of the ".Assignments Act," being Chapter 6 of the Statutes of Alberta 1907, and amendments thereto. The Creditors are notified to meet at the office of the British Canadian Trust Company, In the City of l^eth-brldge, at the hour of three o'clock in tho afternoon on Monday, tho 17th day of April, A.D., 1910, for tho purpose of receiving a statement of the affairs of llie said insolvent, for the appointing of Inspectors and tho giving of directions with referonco to the disposal of tho estute. Creditors unable to attend this mooting personally should forward an appointment of a proxy to the said Company. Every Creditor or person claiming to bo entitled to rank on tho estate assigned. Is roquirod to deliver or send post, prepaid, particulars of his clolm, to tho said Company, on or before the 20th day of June, 19Ui, said claim to ho verified by Statutory Declaration and such vouchors as the case admits of, and slating whether ho holds any security for his claim or any part thereof, and putting a specified value on such security (If anyj in accordance with the said Act. And notice Is further given that after the said 20th day of Juno A.D. 19111, the said Company shall proceed to dlslributo tho estate of tho snld liiBolvenl. under tho said Act, having regard oiily to such claims of which it shall have notice at such time of distribution. Dated at Lothbrldgo this 5th day of April, A.D. lillg. nrltlsh Canndlon Trust Company, Onidal Assignee, DAVID HOUTON I5LTON, Solicitor for tho ABslgnee, i�ULhi;ldi{e. Alberta. Another fine bill will be presented at the Majestic on Friday and Saturday, the regular vaudeville nights. The same popular scale of prices will again be in effect. Concocted entirely for the purpose of evoking laughter, the ofi'eriu.g of Kent, Rae and .Alorris wdio appear on the bill, ably fulfills its mission. For clean wholesome comedy they stand foremost in their class. A really artistic transparent painting novelty will bo seen in the act presented by Karlton and Klifford, two young men who are rapidly as-Burning front rank class in modern vaudeville. Collins,' Elliott and Lindsay, in a diverting acrobatic comedy specialty, with several novel dancing numbers interpolated, will also be on the bill. SIR JOHN GORST IS DEAD Cambridge university In 1892- ? 1896, died today at his home ? In London. He waa born at : ? : ? ? < : ? : : Run-Down!! -Worn out -Limp and weary Yours is a case for Wincarnis When your system i.s tinderminded by worry or overwork-when your vitality is lowered-when you feel " .iny-how " - when your ner\'csare "on edge"-when the least exertion tires you -you are in a Rundown condition. It is then that Wincarnis will prove its wonderful power, and give new vibility to your undermined system. -r�.ii'~.fWi- 13 A TONIC-A RESTORA. TIVE-A BLOOD MAKER AND A NERVE FOOD. It has given joyous health to thousands of sufferers all over the world. 10,000 doctors recommend it. AJK YOUR DOCTOR GET IT AT YOUR DRUGOISTS . AUCTION SALE of FURNITURE ON FRjpAY, APRIL 7th AT 2 O'CLOCK In the K. P. Hall, 5th Street 2 Solid brass bedsteads and springs! 10 iron bedsteads; 10 springs; 10 juattroBBea; 8 dressers; (i commodes; 1 large kitchen cabinet: 1 large oheffoular; 2 widling desks; S large extension tables; 1 sofa; 2 ouphoardB; 4 oil burner stoves, 2 burners; 4 ,3-burner oil stoves; 4 kitchen tables; carpets, mats dishes, window blinds, hall nibhwold floor linoleum and many other articles. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. TERMS CASH PInU, 90c. Quaru, f l.SO Canadian Aobnt: PRANK S. flAIA, p7 Portlnnd St. - - - Toronto, Ont. AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Cn THURSDAY, APRIL 6th, AT 2 P. M. At 1270 3i(l Ave. South, W. L. WILSON - - - Auctioneer FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. FLEET, WHO 18 LEAVING THE CITY, I WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING; 2 Largo leather upholstered easy cliairs; t Wicker arm chair; 1 mahogany arm chair; 3 carpet sauares, 2 mahogany centre tables; 1 walnut sideboard; 1 extension dining table; 1 set solid uak diners, leather seats; 1 pair portieres; 2 Iron beds, springs and mattrosaes; dressers and stands; 1 oak rocker; bedroom tables; 1 drop-head sewing machine In perfect condition, almost new; 1 (i hole range, high closet, hot water connections; 1 kitchen table, chairs, dishes and kitchen uloiislls. TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1025. ;